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The Business Building, home of the Lacy School of Business
Career and Professional Success

Meet Our Team

We're an office within Academic Affairs called Career and Professional Success (CaPS). Located in Business Building 102, we support all Butler students and graduates—for free, for life—in their professional development and pursuit of internships, jobs, project-based learning experiences, graduate school, gap years, service opportunities, financial wellness, and more.

We support the Career and Life Skills dimension of BU Be Well.

Quick Contacts

Employers and Recruiters Jeremy Walthall
On-Campus Student Employment (Student Employees)(Supervisors) Kim Mahaffey
Federal Work Study (FWS) Gary Beaulieu
Data (Submit data requests) Sierra Mathews

Send Questions Anytime

Meet with CaPS Staff

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Gary Beaulieu
Senior Director


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Julie Schrader
Senior Associate Director
and LSB Career Development Team Lead


Profile coming soon

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Jeremy Walthall
Associate Director of Employer Success


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Employment and Career Fairs

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Kim Mahaffey
Student Employment Assistant


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Joey Wohlhieter
Employer Assistant


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Alyssa Laskowski
On-Campus Student Employment Coordinator
and Career Studio and Student Assistant Supervisor


View Alyssa's profile

Note: out through October 2020. Please contact Kim Mahaffey for student employment, Gary Beaulieu for Federal Work Study, and Courtney Rousseau for Career Studio and peer advising.

Career Advising and Consulting

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Andy Cassler
Career Advisor: COE and LAS (Humanities)


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Lori Coe
Career Consultant: LSB


Profile coming soon

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Mona Guirguis
Career Advisor: COPHS and CCOM


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Sierra Mathews
Career Advisor: CCOM and JCA


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Courtney Rousseau
Career Advisor: LAS (Natural and Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary, and Engineering)


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Mike Thomas
Career Consultant: LSB


Profile coming soon

Career Mentoring (LSB Majors)

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Randy Brown
Career Mentor: LSB


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Tom Flowers
Career Mentor: LSB


Headshot of CaPS LSB Career Mentor Ed Friel

Ed Friel
Career Mentor: LSB


Ronald Gress
Career Mentor: LSB


Headshot of CaPS LSB Career Mentor Bob Marchesani

Bob Marchesani
Career Mentor: LSB


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Rusty McKay
Career Mentor: LSB


Carrie Meyer
Career Mentor: LSB


Headshot of CaPS LSB Career Mentor Mark Moore

Mark Moore
Career Mentor: LSB


Eloise Paul
Career Mentor: LSB


Headshot of CaPS LSB Career Mentor Barry Simich

Barry Simich
Career Mentor: LSB


Headshot of CaPS LSB Career Mentor Jane Surges

Jane Surges
Career Mentor: LSB



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Each major in the Lacy School of Business is assigned a career mentor. Separate from an academic advisor, these former executives call upon their experience when guiding students through a structured, four-year career development program called Blueprint.

Read more information about the LSB career mentors.

Read more information about Blueprint.

Email questions about LSB career mentors to Julie Schrader, CaPS Senior Associate Director.

Administration for LSB Career Development

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Brenda Bantz
Administrative Specialist for LSB Career Development


Profile coming soon

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Put a plan into action.

Apply the skills and knowledge you have gained to actively pursue opportunities that align with your goals. Continue to reflect upon your progress and refine your plan as needed.

We're Here to Help

In addition to utilizing the resources above, please don't hesitate to reach out at any time:

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Our office supports the Career and Life Skills dimension of BU Be Well.

We help you focus on building and maintaining successful skills for future or current careers, including internships, employment, financial planning, graduate school, and gap year/service programs.

Learn more about BU Be Well.